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Old 03-22-2006, 08:35 AM
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Can I look at the rearend of my mustang and tell what size gear it is just by looking at it? It is hard to see any #'s on it because of the deposits and things from under the car.

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There should be an identification tag on a cover (or third member) bolt and will have this information on it, if you have it let us know the information on it.
If not, it will be a little harder.
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Can I look at the rearend of my mustang and tell what size gear it is just by looking at it? It is hard to see any #'s on it because of the deposits and things from under the car.
You can jack it up and count the driveshaft turns for one turn of both rear wheels.
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